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Say Hello to the Legacy Frameworks Rambler
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You may have seen a sneak peak at the 10k party last night, or at the Comfort Station bike day, but we're making it official.***We've refined our transportation bike into a model named the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin C Apr 7.

Winter Bike Swap Preview

Hey Folks, We will be at the Winter Bike Swap on Saturday for the third year in a row! Hope to see all of you…Continue

Started Feb 12

Hub Generator Wheel Building & Lighting Class
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Hello Chainlinkers, I wanted to start offering my first instructional class here on the chainlink - getting your opinion and clarifying any questions that come up. I think I have been pretty…Continue

Tags: lights, dynamo, generator, class, workshop

Started this discussion. Last reply by Apie (10.6) Mar 27.

Camping By Bike, Oak Park to Burnidge Forest Preserve: Paul Wolff Campground
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A couple of us are going on this trip tomorrow and spend the night at the campground "primitive" sites. I am working up a route, and am sure of most of the way. Here is what I have so far - any input…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mike Bullis 5.5-6.5 miles Oct 15, 2013.

 

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Legacy Frameworks replied to Jaik - 4.3mi's discussion Transporting 100+ pounds
"I would go with a trailer to haul a bandsaw - that is an awkward weight. I know Owen at Blue City has hauled a table saw with his 6ft bikes at work trailer that is rated at…"
18 hours ago
Legacy Frameworks replied to Robert Underwood's discussion Obssessive-compulsive cyclist seeks perfect frame, needs help
"Im curious to know what you would be willing to pay for one made locally? Not trying to stir the pot here, but genuinely curious. "
Apr 9
Legacy Frameworks replied to Juan Boyce's discussion Divvy-compatible bike accesories
"Also, I think the Divvy folks use something like the Burley Travoy to bring around repair equipment by bike  http://www.burley.com/page_12208/travoy.html Theoretically anything that attaches to a seat post would work. The Travoy looks…"
Apr 8
Legacy Frameworks replied to Juan Boyce's discussion Divvy-compatible bike accesories
"Po Campo is coming out with a bag designed for bikeshare bikes. Be on the lookout for updates.  http://pocampo.com/2014/03/02/join-bike-share-bag-waiting-list/ "
Apr 8
David P. replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Say Hello to the Legacy Frameworks Rambler
"Unfortunately I can't tell you from personal experience, as I do not have any disc-equipped bikes. Given similar mu for the pads I would expect pad life to be greater than for rim brakes given the same riding conditions, but IIRC most disc…"
Apr 7
Legacy Frameworks replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Say Hello to the Legacy Frameworks Rambler
"Thanks David, These are the first models I have put disc brakes on, what would you say the life of a standard disc brake pad set is, with moderate use, compared to rim brake pads? I'm curious. "
Apr 4
Legacy Frameworks replied to Juan Boyce's discussion Cheap cargo bike?
"Hey Juan, Stop by the Cargo Bike Roll Call this sunday and you can ask owners and experts their opinion. Just after the Kidical Mass  http://www.thechainlink.org/events/first-cargo-bike-roll-call-of-2014"
Apr 4
David P. replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Say Hello to the Legacy Frameworks Rambler
"Beautiful bike! This is sort of a piddly note, but disc brakes require pad replacements, too. "
Apr 4
Legacy Frameworks replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Say Hello to the Legacy Frameworks Rambler
"Thanks Bruce, we were proud to be listed with some some great companies and bikes. These are closer comparisons to the Rambler.  "
Apr 4
Legacy Frameworks replied to Steven Vance's discussion Want to test cargo bikes or take your family on a bike ride this weekend?
"We will be bring out a couple of new Ramblers for test riding.  All our standard models come with rear racks, which are - along with a good pannier -  an easy way to add cargo capacity to any bike.  We will have a few styles of…"
Apr 4
BruceBikes replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Say Hello to the Legacy Frameworks Rambler
"Just saw that the Rambler is listed among Momentum Magazine's 5 Great Commuter Bikes with Gates Carbon Drive. "
Apr 4
Legacy Frameworks and David 4.0 are now friends
Apr 4
Legacy Frameworks is attending Rebecca's event
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Roscoe Village Kidical Mass & Cargo Bike Roll Call at Audubon School playground

April 6, 2014 from 10am to 3pm
WE'RE BACK FROM WINTERMISSION and ready to ROLL!!! Join Kidical Mass for a slow, easy-going, fun, group ride focused on kids of all ages and families that will tour the Roscoe Village neighborhood. Gather at the Audubon School playground (3500 N. Hoyne Ave.) at 10:00 for a 10:30 departure. This ride is free and open to the public. The Roscoe Village ride will happen on the first Sunday of each month - rain or shine! SPECIAL POST RIDE EVENT!!! To celebrate our first ride in 2014, we've…See More
Apr 4
Grace Van Moer 8.25 mi replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Say Hello to the Legacy Frameworks Rambler
"I'm the proud owner of a Legacy Frameworks Model 2 (what the step through was called last year).  I love my bike.  Levi has been absolutely great to work with.  We have an e-mail chain going that's probably approaching 100…"
Apr 2
Crazy David 84 Furlongs replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Say Hello to the Legacy Frameworks Rambler
"I assume that Lisa will be given one for free in exchange for publicizing the bicycle and for riding it around the city.... "
Apr 2
Legacy Frameworks replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Say Hello to the Legacy Frameworks Rambler
"She definitely will, We can have two or three bikes there (if someone wants to test ride one the 2.6 miles between the park and shop) The XSM size now has a single speed belt drive and drum brakes - that will be there, and probably the Yellow disk…"
Apr 2

Profile Information

What I ride:
Hybrid, Cruiser
The kind of riding I do:
Recreational, Commuting, Around Town, My business involves biking
About me:
I hand build city/commuter bikes here in Chicago from quality USA made steel, designing them and building them up for every cyclist to enjoy.
My other websites (twitter, facebook, pinterest, Google+, blogs, etc.):
http://legacyframeworks.com

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